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Railroad Notes.
The Northern Pacific has commenced
the erection of a brick depot at Miles
City to replace the one recently burned.
J. M. Hannaford. for several years gen
eral freight agent of the Northern Pacific,
lias been made traffic manager. The new
position comprises the duties of both
freight and passenger agent.
The employes of the Yellow-tone divi
sion have presented Mrs. S. It. Ainslie
with a magnificent dapple-gray driving
horse as a token of the esteem in which
her husband is held by those who hav
been under his supervision on that div
sion.
Review: Thirty-five cars of steel
been received for re-laying the Anacont
branch ami the work is now being pushe
forward as rapidly as possible by lioac
master Douglass. The track will soon 1
in first-class condition and the Anacon
public will take more pleasure in ridin
over it.
The Kittatis Localizer says the headi:
of the Cascade tunnel at the west end
in 67 feet and the east heading is in 27
feet—tunnel 80 or more feet. The roc
is blue granite. A portable engine 1
been brought into requisition and is m
being utilized in drilling and is doin
some effective work.
The Northern Pacific on Monday
duced freight rates to Portland, Oregon
The rates have been 60 cents per 100
pounds, regardless of classification. These
are now reduced to one-half of the min
imum rates which are 60 cents from St
Paul anti 65 from Chicago. This will al
so involve a reduction to interior points.
Independent: Col. A. L.Stokes,genen
agent of the Northern Pacific, aunounce
that (taking effect on May 1) the rate on
fifth class freight—carload lots—between
eastern terminals of the road and common
points in Montana, such a» Helena, Garri
son and Butte, will be $1.00 per hundred
pounds, a reduction of ten cents from
former rates and a difference of 15 cents
per hundred from the same class of goods
in less than carload lots.
The meeting of the International Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers held at
Hartford, Conn., on tin; 25th, was attended
by over eight hundred engineers. What
was done at the meeting could not 1
learned. Chief Vrthur when approached
was noncommittal concerning the attitude
of the brotherhood toward the strike in
the Southwest. It is learned on good
thority that the assemblage passed a \
sustaining Chief Arthur's course.
The River Press says that J. J. Ilill
the "Ethiopian in the woodpile" win
headed off the Canadian Pacific branch to
Benton. His relations with the Canadian
Pacific people were friendly and he went
to them and represented that the Mauito
ba would soon reach Fort Assinnaboine
from which point a lateral line would be
stretched out only 75 miles to the Cana
dian road. Such arguments prevailed and
the Canadians put a quietus on the Galt
road to Benton.
United States Commissioner Edmund
T. Allen on Monday sold under the fore
closure of mortgage at public auction th
Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific railroad, the
total price paid for the entire property be
ing $625,001. The committee appointed
by the stock and bondholders to look af
ter their interests were the only bidders
and the whole system, excepting the St.
Joseph & St. Louis branch, was purchased
by them. W. F. Nesbitt, its president,
purchased the latter road for $1.
StraKge CaUln Disease.
Jeffersen County Sentinel: Edwarc
Ryan gives information that the stockmen
in his neighborhood arc losing many
calves from some unknown cause. The
disease that afflicts them is severe in the
extreme. There seems to be but little
chance of recovery after they once take
it. Wm. Ryan has lost several, Con Clark
a few r , and in fact nearly all have suffered
more or less. One strange fact connected
with this strange disease is that the moth
er will stay around and administer all the
help and sympathy possible for the ailin
offspring, but after the little thing is dead
the mother leaves it perfectly unconcern
ed and returns no more. The disease
should be investigated by veterinary sur
gcons, as it is becoming a serious matter
to our stockmen.
Montana Improvement Company's Timber
Suit.
New Northwest : We stated a week or
two ago that the United States timber
suits against the Montana Improvement
company and Northern Pacific Railroad
company would probably go over at this
term of court on account of there being
no government funds available for court
expenses. Since then U. S. Marshal Kel
ley has had government funds placed to
his credit for the purpose, and the suits
will doubtless come to issue. It is prob
able both prosecution and defendants will
be presented by able counsel, and that
there will be an array of legal talent in
the case that has not been excelled, if
equaled, in Montana. This is in some re
spects a "test case" for the government,
and it is in all respects an important case
for the defendants. It is not likely to be
overlooked by either.
Grand ,Tury Peremptorily CTiallensed.
When the district court for Choteau
county convened on Wednesday of last
week quite a commotion was caused by the
action of Attorney-General Hunt in per
emptorily challenging the entire grand
jury and demanding that a special venire j the
bc issued for a new jury. The reasou for !
this movement on the part of the attoincy
son
general \\as the fact that J. M. Arnoux, a
member of the board of county commis
sioners, was under arrest for forgery,
awaiting the action of the grand jury, and
as a part of the commissioners' duty is to
summon a grand jury, it was claimed that
they would not lie liable to summon men
to serve as jurymen who would indict one
o' their number. Judge Wade said it
was the first case of the kind that had
ever come under his notice, though he had
heard of such. The grand jury was a
part of the court, and no grand jury that
had been drawn by a tainted hand could
serve in the court. It had been summon
ed by three men, one of whom was de
pendent upon its action. The court there
fore discharged the jury from further at
tendance and ordered the issue of a special
venire for a new grand jury. The offense
which constituted the charge of forgery
against Aïnoux was the raising of the
mileage in a justice's certificate which
had been issued to himself and wife as
witnesses which, as one ot the commis
sioners, he afterwards audited and allowed
Stolen Stock Recovered.
Sheriff Sullivan of Butte has recovered
at Atlantic City, Wyoming, thirteen of the
sixty head of work cattle stolen from Sil
ver Bow county in July last. The cattle
were in possession of a butcher named
Ricketts, who threatens to replevin the
cattle and swear out a warrant against the
sheriff on the charge of cattle stealing.
Sheriff Sullivan, however, claims to have
proof that Ricketts was in communication
with the men who stole the cattle, and in
duced them to bring the stock to him at
Atlantic. He will procure the necessary
requisition papers, arrest Ricketts as a re
ceiver of stolen goods and take him to
Butte for trial.
llound-Up Meetings at Billings.
The Yellowstone round-up association
held a meeting at Billings on the 22d to
make arrangements for the spring round
up. It was decided to have cash or good
security to accompany any successful
bids for all mavericks sold on the range,
before they are branded, and to send rep
resentatives on the Clarks Fork and
Briggs & Ellis round-up on the south
side of the YYdlowstone river, and Shields
river round-up on the north side, to brand
calves and work cattle back to range,
working with the Musselshell association
li possible. It was also decided that the
Yellowstone round-up would not cut into
ghboriug districts as already laid out
by the. territorial association.
The Musselshell round-up association
also held a meeting at Billings ou the
same day.
A Big Ditch.
At Eagle Rock, Idaho, the McLean
Gold Mining company is making fine
progress with its large canal. There
are at present 425 men employed on the
enterprise. The length of the ditch
when eompleted will be 16 miles, and
it will be 25 l'eet wide on top and 20 feet
o:i the bottom, and 6 feet deep. For
live miles it is cut through solid rock,
and over 100 men are now constantly
employed in blasting. The water will
be used for placer mining, and also for
irrigating purposes. It is expected it
will give employment to 1,500 men when
completed. It will make Eagle Rock
boom, and the people there are erecting
quite a number of business places in
anticipation of the good times coming.
Tramps Attack a Train.
Anaconda Review: Tuesday night,
when the wood train—Bumkratz, con
ductor—was about leaving Silver Bow,
the train was nearly captured by tramps.
They had taken possession of one car
nil were determined to ride to Anacon
da or Deer Lodge. The brakemen, two
in number, began to dislodge them and
they came at them from all directions,
till there were twelve tramps, one fel
low coming from under the car, where
he was riding on a brake beam, with a
club, and they would speedily have
done up" the brakemen if help had
not arrived from the depot in person of
the clerk, transfer man, the conductor
and several other parties. When the
tramps found that they were overmatch
ed they retired a short distance and be
gan throwing chunks of coal and rock.
The conductor was hit a couple of times
but not hurt. »Several shots were fired,but
nobody was hit. This is the boldest at
tempt at trying to force a train to carry
tramps in the territory that we have
heard of. Montana wants no such des
perate characters. The officers should
keep a sharp lookout for them.
Only Hair Alive.
There are hosts of men and
women
ho, to coin a phrase, are only half alive.
That is to sav, they have seldom if ever
any appetite, are nervous, weak, fidgetty
and troubled by numberless small pains
and aches. In the presence of vigorous,
exhuberant vitality they seem mere pig
mies. Such persons are fond of frequent
ly dosing themselves, swallowing in the
course of the year enough drugs to stock
an apothecary shop of average dimensions.
This, of course, defeats instead of further
ing the end in view, viz.: the recovery of
health and vigor. Were they to seek it
from an unfailing source of vitality, Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters, how different
would be their case. Then vigor wold
return to their debilitated frames, the
glow of health to their wan cheeks,«their
trembling uncertain gait would grow firm
and elastic, appetite, that grandest of all
sauces, would give a relish for the daily
food, were it ever so coarse, and refresh
ing sleep would crown the tasks of the
dav.
Climax! Climax! Climax!
See that you get the original Climax
Flour manufactured and guaranteed by
the undersigned and sold only by Thomp
son Bros. Russell & Miller Milling
Comfaxv, Bismarck, D. T.
it
a
Livingston Roller Rink!
GEO. KNIGHT, Manager.
Open Every Night in the Week Ex
cept Sunday.
iwv Features of Eatertainment, Nov.- Attractions
and a Good Band of Music in Attendance.
uesday and Thursday Nights
of each week are Ladies' Nights.
ial invitation is extended to all._:
-A
JAS. A. CLARK,
Proprietor of the
Nattonal M Livery,
Feed and Sale Stables.
Hacks and Carriages With or IVith
out Drivers.
Sale Horses, Pack Horses, Guides and Camping
Outlits furnished when desired. Also operate the
Coole Stap and Express Line.
Parties wishing to make a tour of the Park com
fortably, will do well to call at the office of the
Woite barn, Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming.
GRAND OPENING
-OF THE
R rewer y Headquarters !
Corner Main and Calendar Streets,
TO-NIGHT, MAY 1st, 1886.
Bock Beer, Grand Free Lunch and full hand of
Music will be features of attraction. Turn out
and enjoy a pleasant evening.
PRUVER A HAUSEN.
Lower Main Street
FEED CORRAL,
Billy Miles, Prop.
BALED HAY, CHOP FEED, WHEAT and
OATS for sale by the pound or
in CAR LOTS.
Best of care given to all Stock placed in my
care. Prices Reasonable
LONG,
J. F.
SADDLES AND HARNESS
Manufactured to Order.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly Done
at Reasonable Prices.
A full Stock of
Stool Sales, Brios, Ciperajos, Bits
and SPURS a 1 wavs on hand.
The Celebrated Single and Double
Rig Visalia Saddle a Specialty.
LIVINGSTON . MONT.
O
The BUYERS* GUIDE is
issued March and Sept.,
each year. 4®* *16 pages,
< 8% x 11% inches,with over
1 3,500 illustrations — a
whole Picture Gallery.
GIVES Wholesale Prices
direct to consumers on all goods for
personal or family use. Tells how to
order, and gives exact cost of every
thing yon use, eat, drink, wear, or
have fun with. These INVALUABLE;
BOOKS contain information gleaned
from the markets of the world. We
■will mail a copy FREE to any ad
dress upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray
expense of mailing. Det ns hear from
you. RespectfUly,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
*27 & 229 Wabash Avenue. Chicago, III.
PETE'S PLACE!
MAIN STREET.
Only the Choicest Brands
Liquors and Cigars kept
in Stock.
of
MIXED DRINKS A SPECIALTY.
1Æ. "W. DT71THAH
Wayne, Do Page Co., Illinois,
HAS IMPORTED PROM FRANCE
Percheron Dor»*« Valued at $3,600.009.
which lad idea about
70 PER CENT. OF ALL HORSES
Whose purity of blood I* established by pedigrees re*
corded In the Percheron Stud Book of Franou.
the only Stud Book ever publiibed in that country, *
EVER IMPORTED TO AMERICA.
.a— —8T00K ON BAUD
1-40
Imported Brood Karts
200
lunged Stallions,
Old enough for
Service.
128 COLTS,
Two years old and
younger.
Recognizing the prin
iple accepted by all
tWj----- . ...
Intelligent breeders that,
however weU bred ania '
may ba said to be, if their pedigrees are not recorded,
they should ba valued only as grades, I will sell all
rices when I cannot furnish
Imported stock at grade pr ______
with the animal sold, pedigree yerifiedby tbe original
French certificate of Its number and record In the
Percheron Stud Book of France. 100-PaS* lllun
Wayne, nis.. U li
«restera By.
tratnri Oatnlogue sent free,
nuts west of Chicago, on Chicago * ]
THOMPSON BROS.,
—DEALERS IN—
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
I
We have an Immense Stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Olotliing, Hats and Oaps,
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
and will quote you prices lower than any concern in town.
We ship all Staples in carload lots, are paying interest on
no •'Mammoth Establishment," and will save you money
on any bill you wish to have put up in town.
THOMPSON BROS.,
Main Street, - Livingston, Mont.
PARLOR RESTAURANT!
B. C. ROGERS, Proprietor,
Main Street. ■ ■ Xjivingaton, M. T.
meal in Livingston.
The neatest and best place to get a
The table is supplied with every delicacy of the season
all cooked in the best style.
BOARD, $6 PER WEEK.
Meals, 2 5 to 75 cts.
Oysters by the Can, or served in any
style desired.
MERCHANTS HOTEL,
WM. MITCHELL, Prop.
NEWLY REFITTED AND FURNISHED THROUGHOUT.
Special Attention given to the Accommodation of the Traveling Public.
ly Located, and
Central
Rates Only $2.00 Per Day.
GEO. W. METCALF & CO.,
Feed and Sale Stables,
CORNER MAIN AND CLARK STREETS.
FINEST "TURNOUTS" IN THE CITY,
Tourists and Travelers carried to or from the remotest points with safety and dispatch
Horses, Mules, Harness and Wagons bought and sold.
Oats and Baled Hav,
Stock boarded by the day or week. Spectal attention given to Gentlemen Drivers
Terms as reasonable as any in the city. Call and see us.
Frank
Billiard and
White's
Pool Parlor!
Brick Block under Enterprise office
Park. Street.
PURE WJNES, LIQUORS & CICARS,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC.
M. BOTH & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Liquors and Cigars!
BEER BY THE CASE OR KEG.
FINE KEY WEST CIGARS A SPECIALTY.
M. EL BOUGHT ON,
Wholesale Dealer in
Pure Kentucky Whiskies!
AND BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS,
Both Imported and Domestic.
LIVINGSTON, -
- MONTANA.
v
I. Orschel A Bro.'s Special Announcement.
CLEARANCE SALE
-OF
I. ORSCHEL & BRO
hi view of making a change in our business we offer ai l
Goods purchased for our Retail Department at greatly
Reduced Prices, said goods consisting of
CLOTHING!
FURNISHING GOODS,
!
This is a rare opportunity for parties to
YERY
with goods in these lines at a
supply themselveJ
LOW PRICE.
IN
Whiskey, Wine, Beer,
AND CIGARS
we still hold the fort. We are also prepared to
toe
for the season, at
a nominal price to everybody
quantity desired.
and am
I. ORSCHEL & BRO.
BRICK BLOCK,
PARK
STREET
H. FPLJL3SUK,
Park Street Clothier,!
Has just received a large stock ol
Ready-Made Clothing,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Cloths and Under*
Of the best quality, and for the next 30 days special inducements will be offered.
-MERCHANT TAILORING—
Our cutting and fitting department is complete and we will guarantee satisfaction
Park Street, .... LivingstorD.
MULKERN & MURRAY,
DEALERS IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars!
Pool
Parlon
AND SAMPLE ROOMS ON PARK STREET.
ALBEMA RL E
SAMPLE ROOMS
-AND
BILLIARD PABLO
BROWKLOW T. GRAY, Proprietor.
SPECIALTYFINE LIQUORS *»<■ CIGAKSf
Main Street, near Park, E; R. Dean & Co.'s old stand.
A. DONOVAN
Cor. Main and Calendar,
Groceries and Provisions
To parties wishing a Market for their Produce,
Correspondence is Solicited.
LIVINGSTON.
MONTANA
:. GOUGHNOUR,
Manufacturer and Dealer i.n
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds
Lath, Shingles, Pickets, Mouldings,
Biîickds, Building Paper, Plaster Paris, Plastering Hair, Etc.. Et tv A goof st0 S
*!! eSOtn * ne 0,1 * ia,l( k Special Sizes of Timber Saw®d to orde£
v JT ,7 h|°8t complete stock of everything in my line kept in Montana,
by the Cord or Carload. Prices Always Reasonable.
E. GOUGHNOUR, Livingston,. Monk

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